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Oct 14, 2021 17:19 |  #2611

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Oct 15, 2021 03:53 |  #2612

Eidelweiss wrote in post #19294698 (external link)
Great depiction of the power of the sea!

Thanks, Chris! :-)


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Oct 16, 2021 12:09 |  #2614

I don't think I've posted these before. Both X100F from the last 18 months or so. Maybe a bit overblown :)

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Oct 20, 2021 19:01 |  #2615

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Oct 21, 2021 02:23 |  #2616

greenjeans wrote in post #19297189 (external link)
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It is a bird shooting paradise there, isn't it? I'm going to assume that this is the spot directly west of the gift shop? If so, I've shot from that very pier (after trudging though a very muddy path first to get to it), and from the causeway north of it. Some of my best shots are from Huntington. My wife was less thrilled about getting up at 5am to do shooting there, but dawn is when the action is.


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Oct 21, 2021 05:17 |  #2617

This is a dam in Flevoland the Netherlands. Flevoland consist out of two larg polders. The polders were more then 70 years ago sea. The dike where the dam has been built lies between the polders. It is the former sea dike. The canal runs through the both polders, but for security reasons there is the possibility to close the dike. It is always open so you can sail with a boat under the doors. It is an old picture.


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Oct 21, 2021 07:49 as a reply to  @ DavidWatts's post |  #2618

It is from the straight road where I could just find a place to shoot through the bushes. It is the overlook near the gift shop. We have hiked the little muddy trail many times but we don't get there usually until 9:30 or 10. Lots of birds this past Monday when we were there.


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Oct 21, 2021 18:59 |  #2619

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Oct 21, 2021 19:38 |  #2620

josrood wrote in post #19297359 (external link)
This is a dam in Flevoland the Netherlands. Flevoland consist out of two larg polders. The polders were more then 70 years ago sea. The dike where the dam has been built lies between the polders. It is the former sea dike. The canal runs through the both polders, but for security reasons there is the possibility to close the dike. It is always open so you can sail with a boat under the doors. It is an old picture.

Interesting.
I'd never heard that term used.
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Polders are tracts of land that lie below sea level and are reclaimed from the ocean, lakes, rivers or wetlands through the building of dykes, drainage canals and pumping stations,
My knowledge of Holland in that area is of a storey of a little boy with his finger in the hole of a dyke :rolleyes:



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Oct 22, 2021 13:49 |  #2622

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Interesting.
I'd never heard that term used.
Looked it up
Polders are tracts of land that lie below sea level and are reclaimed from the ocean, lakes, rivers or wetlands through the building of dykes, drainage canals and pumping stations,
My knowledge of Holland in that area is of a storey of a little boy with his finger in the hole of a dyke :rolleyes:

That is the story of Hans Brinkers. I will upoad a picture of a statue of him. I think it is just a story. He put his finger in a hole in the dike and prevented a waterdisaster.


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Oct 23, 2021 02:35 |  #2623

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Oct 25, 2021 15:25 |  #2624

Buffalo Canoe Club Boathouse at Sunset, Lake Erie.

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